Nerdonic says it is tiny but powerful as though we shouldn't have both in one development system. The Exen Mini is both powerful *and* tiny. It is a fine feat to put a Zero/Cortex M0+ into such a small module. I have a few designs which I'm re-implementing on the Mini -- all of which will perform better in a now smaller space. Very cool. The construction quality is good too -- well recommended!
Excellant Buy using boards for my drones trackers just in case one goes a wandering, only one small cravat documenation link is missing on web site,but you dont really need it as a nice little pinout guide comes with them. all around a good product.
Yeah, it's *slightly* annoying to do the reset / plug / unplug / reset dance every time you want to flash new firmware, but this is more than offset by the teen, tiny size of this thing. It really is the smallest Arduino out there, perfect for my use-case.
I would have preferred (even paid extra) for a tracking number during shipping, but whatever.
Response from Nerdonic | Nov. 29, 2018
Hi Phil, yes the changing com port between programming and running the sketch can be a little fiddly, were currently trying to find a way to automatically switch ports. For shipping options there is a Tracked and a cheaper non-tracked shipping option available, i'm not sure why you wasn't given the tracked option. Thank you for your review :)
Kind Regards, Hayden - Nerdonic.com
July 31, 2018
perfect hardware to build my fixed wing flight controller
Very easy to use with arduino ide, ultra small form factor, four pwm out for servos , i2c for meas 4515, meas 5611 and mpu9250 . Serial connection for rc receceiver. i reach easily 200hz refresh rate on my flight controller....